Data-Driven Library Infrastructure

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  • Link to Lincoln video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5fzmmrk6kk
  • Unknown use-cases... What will bringing together data open up in the future?
  • Data-Driven Library Infrastructure

    1. 1. Monday 26th March. UKSG, Glasgow. Presenter or main title… Session Title or subtitle…Data-Driven Library Infrastructure:A UK perspective
    2. 2. Ben Showers Programme Manager b.showers@jisc.ac.uk@benshowershttp://infteam.jiscinvolve.org/wp/
    3. 3. www.flickr.com/photos/humanoide Supporting the innovative use of Information and Communication Technology (lCT) in support of learning, teaching, and research
    4. 4. Outline1. Current Picture2. Data-Driven3. Benefits and Implications
    5. 5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5fzmmrk6kk
    6. 6. 3 themes Ecosystem Effort Eventualities
    7. 7. The current picture Systems and services designed as discreet solutions System and service redundancy
    8. 8. The current picture vertically Thinking
    9. 9. Data-Driven Infrastructure Ambient data Dynamic data
    10. 10. Three Stars of Data-DrivenInfrastructure Reusable data Reusable vocabularies Joined data up Rachel Bruce’s 3 stars of data-driven infrastructure
    11. 11. “This is kind of like asking whatelectricity looks like: it doesnt so much look like anything, as it makes certain things possible” Karen Coyle
    12. 12. Ecosystem
    13. 13. "UK researchers and students will have easy,flexible, and ongoing access to content andservices through a collaborative, aggregatedand integrated resource discovery anddelivery framework which is comprehensive,open, and sustainable.“ http://discovery.ac.uk/
    14. 14. Human ecosystems... 1
    15. 15. Human ecosystems... 2
    16. 16. Let your data be promiscuous
    17. 17. Effort
    18. 18. ReductionRedistribution of effort
    19. 19. FromChore to CorePaul Walk, UKOLN.
    20. 20. Data as iterative
    21. 21. begets
    22. 22. Protecting the future from the past! http://www.jisc- collections.ac.uk/knowledgebaseplus/
    23. 23. Eventualities
    24. 24. The library as ‘start-up’
    25. 25. Scratch an itch: Pitch!
    26. 26. Human infrastructures
    27. 27. Think like a dandelion!
    28. 28. Domain DeveloperExpert Data

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